Yes T-3, I hoped you would notice that you were in the background. But don't give away my photograph techniques Mark! That's not fair! That is a very unbecoming photo of me sprawled on the deck waaay low for an EBI btw... .. . Maybe I should have posted this one where you aren't "in the picture"!!...
@Miq said: " I get weirded out when people roll up on me crouching for pics too. Your earth based photography is worth it!"
Thanks Miq! Nice suspension seat on the World I see there! Those are comfortable. It is kinda strange, but you have to put up with T-3's riding style if you want to roll with him. Marks' riding style is a little "different" I would say. It's sorta dangerous as his hands are off the bars most of the time, so I try to stay either way in front of him or way in back, depending on the situation. He rides at either an "on" or "off" pace when pedaling, which constantly throws you off a normal person pace. I am always asking him to slow down and minimize his constantly blasting and somewhat irritating horn at everyone that he has on the Huffman! This seems to piss a lot of people off as we ride by. But, if you want to ride with him, which is pretty fun, you gotta put up with it! I just tell him that I worry about him getting badly hurt the next time he goes down hard. It is only a matter of time. See you all back in the mountains! Ride on.... … .. . skpc
Loudest bike on the strand below.....Earth Based Image of the very noisy Huffman.
Nice afternoon ride in North Texas, 95 in the shade.
If you know anyone looking to buy a haunted mansion, this one is for sale.
Just now, everyone who has owned it, since it was started to be built 28 years ago has mysteriously died within months of buying it.
Rode the albino Corvette to the beach today. A VW bus group had a bunch of buses on display. Lots of cool vehicles on display and nice owners eager to talk about their VWs. I offered to trade a Corvette even up for their bus but got no takers.....
I finished adjusting and took out Aero King for it's maiden ride.
1938 Double Bar roadster by Schwinn.
Very solid, smooth, and responsive.
It's different than most of my bikes, but super fun to ride.
I've had it a month now; got it at a brewery bike swapmeet in Monrovia from Tony @rustintime
I have always loved it, every time he brought it to rides I took pics of it; possible covetousness.
Vans Whitewalls and a comfy old Schwinn saddle and bag took it up a bit more for me; diggin' it.
There is a lot of people at the beach this evening.
I was given an ice cream sandwich by a group of beach party folk; enjoying the Day.
Sunset was intense with storms blowing in. Rode for a few and ran into some friends I haven't seen for weeks. I got to catch up with them, and watch the lightning get closer and closer. Wind was getting fierce, and I didn't want any rain on my new leather saddle, so I bolted home.